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How Agency.com Pitched Subway Via YouTube

by: Karl Long

Agency.com get’s my vote of “agency of the month” for what they have done here. This is a viral video of Agency.com pitching subway.

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Are Social Sites this Centuries Penny Press?

by: David Polinchock

I decided to take the plunge this weekend and spend a great deal of time at Youtube.com. The NY Post recently wrote how youtube could now be worth $1 billion, finally making it worthy of a plan by Dr. Evil.

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A Little YouTube Advertising News

by: Karl Long

Finally, a new feature on YouTube hints at how they may capitalize on their amazingly productive community.

Essentially I just saw this at the end of a clip, which is a dynamic interstitial at the end of the clip that points me to other clips on YouTube. Granted, this is not commercial, money making advertising yet, but it will be.

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YouTube - Serving 100 Million Videos a Day, Myspace Gaining Ground

by: Karl Long

YoutubelogoYouTube, the Mcdonalds of the video sharing world is apparently serving more that 100 Million videos a day, that is 60% of all videos watched online.

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YouTube Trends Report

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Most Talked About US TV Sitcom is On Youtube

by: Lynette Webb

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A TV Pilot That Never Aired Gets Viral

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Content Will Follow The Money

by: Karl Long

YouTube may be an upstart but it is going to get killed if it doesn’t find a way to compensate the content creators, because the content creators will follow the money in a heartbeat.

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Commentary: How To Monetize YouTube

 
Stephen Speicher on Engadget writes: "Imagine, on the other hand, if YouTube had placed an advertisement before that clip and paid Judson [the clip's author] for every time that clip was watched.

Take this a step further.

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Do You Tube?

by: Alain Thys

Here's a nice one to wrap your advertising brain around.  The clip that launches when you click the image on the left, has had  8.9 million views on YouTube, which makes it the most watched video ever on the popular self-broadcasting service. 

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